Comox Valley Farmers’ Market – Fall/Winter

Courtenay

A year-round gathering place in support of community growers.

The Comox Valley Farmers’ Market has been a community institution since a group of local growers organized in 1992 and began selling their produce directly to their friends and neighbours. Over 25 years later, a handful of original vendors are now joined by dozens of new food producers every Saturday throughout the summer at the Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds, before moving indoors to the Native Son’s Hall from October – April.

Vendors at this market provide everything needed to fill a pantry – from farm fresh produce and locally produced food items, to beef, chicken, and turkey and seasonal bison, rabbit, duck, goose, and tuna.

Getting There

Native Sons Hall
360 Cliffe Ave.
Courtenay, BC
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  • Bike Lockup
  • Close to Public Transit
  • Designated Accessible Parking Space
  • Parking Within 5-minute Walk
  • Plenty of On-Site Parking
  • Street Parking

Hours

Winter

Market Products

  • Alcohol - Beer, Wine, Cider, Liquor
  • Baking
  • Dairy
  • Fruits / Vegetables
  • Honey
  • Meat
  • Plants
  • Preserves + Prepared Foods

Features

  • Wheelchair Accessible
Payment
  • ATM On-Site
  • ATM Within 5-minute Walk
  • Market Money or Cash
  • Some Vendors Accept Credit Card